Japan Tsunami Service Update
Guido Ghiselli, Managing Director for SEKO Japan released the following message:
"Due to the massive damages following the earthquake and the nuclear plant risks in Fukushima, operations are still very much disrupted in the Kanto and Tohoku region. Due to further aftershocks, nuclear leakage risks and to protect the lives and well being of our employees and their families, SEKO Japan will be closed until further notice. Updates will follow and actions to get our operations up and running on a skeleton basis are being put in place. Further updates will follow in due time, thank you for your support and understanding."
SEKO is committed to providing service to the best of our ability in areas that can be safely accessed and where conditions have improved. We will continue to monitor the situation to minimize the impact on service. Feel free to contact your local SEKO office if you feel that your service may be affected by the current situation.